Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Games based on the movies and books of the same name
First appeared in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
A pair of robot fighting games for PlayStation and Saturn.
First appeared in Robo Pit
First appeared in Bibi Blocksberg: Im Bann der Hexenkugel
Community College Hero
First appeared in Community College Hero: Trial by Fire
First appeared in Wayhaven Chronicles: Book One
First appeared in Zombie Exodus
First appeared in Undertale
Games based on a manga about a former gang leader who became a salaryman as a promise to his late wife.
First appeared in Jissen Pachi-Slot Hisshouhou! Salaryman Kintarou
First appeared in Hello Neighbor
How to Train Your Dragon
Games based on the How to Train Your Dragon movie franchise
First appeared in How to Train Your Dragon: Flight of the Night Fury
Layers of Fear
First appeared in Layers of Fear
First appeared in Sports Party
Konami's spinoff of the Gradius series featuring cute girls piloting its iconic spacefighters.
First appeared in Otomedius Gorgeous
Samurai of Hyuga
First appeared in Samurai of Hyuga
First appeared in Gnomes Garden 3
Children of the Nile
First appeared in Immortal Cities: Children of the Nile
A series of horizontal shoot-'em-ups loosely based on Journey to the West.
First appeared in Cloud Master
Deep Space Waifu
First appeared in Deep Space Waifu: Flat Justice
Collections of Psikyo arcade classics on Switch.
First appeared in Psikyo Collection Vol. 1
First appeared in RTO
First appeared in BlitzKeep Unleashed
Franchise Hockey Manager
First appeared in Franchise Hockey Manager 5
First appeared in Root Letter
First appeared in Bless Unleashed
First appeared in GTI Club Supermini Festa!
A series of horror themed role-playing games with adventure elements developed by Humming Bird Soft.
First appeared in Laplace no Ma
Data East's billiards franchise.
First appeared in Side Pocket
Nari Kids Park
A series of licensed educational games for Switch from Bandai-Namco.
First appeared in Nari Kids Park: Kaitō Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger
A brand created by Visual Art's of visual novels that do not contain branching storylines and are just linear short narratives.
First appeared in Planetarian: The Reverie of a Little Planet
A series of adventure games developed by System Sacom that were mainly focused on storytelling rather than puzzles with the company comparing the games to novels. The franchise is said to have influenced both the sound novel and later visual novel genres.
First appeared in Dome
The Ninja Warriors
A series of action brawlers staring a team of cybernetic ninjas.
First appeared in The Ninja Warriors
A series of open-world JRPGs developed by Monolith Soft and Nintendo that serves as a spin-off to the larger Xeno franchise.
First appeared in Xenoblade Chronicles
Wait they made video games about me? WHERE'S MY PAYCHECK!? Oh, there it is.
First appeared in Deadpool
First appeared in Cookie Run: OvenBreak
New York Mysteries
First appeared in New York Mysteries: Secrets of the Mafia
First appeared in Dead Frontier 2
First appeared in Imperivm: Great Battles of Rome
Dark Age of Camelot
An MMO from Mythic Entertainment.
First appeared in Dark Age of Camelot
Leaf Visual Novel Series
A series of visual novels developed by Leaf that created the genre and term "visual novel".
First appeared in Shizuku
A fast-paced sports game where competitors attempt to hurl disks into a goal on a tennis-like court. Players can also enhance or modify their throw by adjusting speed, curving shots, bouncing the disk off structures on the play field or through the use of skills unique to the player.
First appeared in Windjammers 2
First appeared in The A-Team
Master of Monsters
First appeared in Master of Monsters
A series of racing games
First appeared in Gear.Club
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